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Thread: Rain, wind, mud etc
24th December 2012 #11
Hose pipe + muc off + rinse but even then I don't point the hose water directly at the hubs / freewheel / BB / headset.
27th December 2012 #12
Well all I can say is that the relentless rainy weather here was converted to snow in the Alps and I had a week of snowboarding in fresh powder snow every day with virtually empty slopes - heaven. Came back Christmas Eve and had rides Christmas and Boxing day in reasonable conditions.It's not your destination that counts, it is the glory of the ride. (apologies to Edward Monkton)
27th December 2012 #13
- Join Date
- Dec 2011
Welcome back, CB. Not a bad pre-Christmas break by all accounts! Weather in Blighty has been soaking bordering on deluged.
Everyone still managing to get rides in, or are some stuck in areas officially flooded?
27th December 2012 #14It's not your destination that counts, it is the glory of the ride. (apologies to Edward Monkton)
28th December 2012 #15
- Join Date
- Jul 2004
- Flying through your bedroom window at night time
Ah... CB - Me and the Mrs are going back to Alpe D'Huez in March again this year - Already lots of snow there.NOT logging in every and each visit now.Going to have to BITE someone soon.Amicabili Lamia
28th December 2012 #16
The value of full mudguards really hit home recently. I have them on my fixed gear but not on my CX. Got caught in pouring rain on the CX and a soaking arse, feet and legs wasn't pleasant.